Tag: Women’s Health

Women’s Health Month: The Effect of Toxic Chemicals

Women’s Health Month: The Effect of Toxic Chemicals By Monica Amarelo (EWG), Ketura Persellin (EWG) Women’s relationship to the environment is unique in many ways, with lifestyle choices and habits presenting special challenges, because some of the personal care products they use may contain harmful toxic substances like the “forever chemicals” known as PFAS. In honor of National Women’s Health…

Q&A: Stephanie Faubion, MD, Talks Goals For Women’s Health Week

Q&A: Stephanie Faubion, MD, Talks Goals For Women’s Health Week By Kalie VanDewater Each year, National Women’s Health Week emphasizes how important it is for women to prioritize their health. According to the HHS Office on Women’s Health, this includes keeping up with routine and other health appointments — which was often not possible with restrictions imposed during the COVID-19…

Women’s Care Center Focuses On Culturally Competent Healthcare

Women’s Care Center Focuses On Culturally Competent Healthcare By Marilyn Parker JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Providing culturally competent quality healthcare to all – that’s the goal of Life Tree Women Care, a clinic that just opened this week on Jacksonville’s westside. The founders are husband and wife and they’ve been working towards this for more than 20 years. They say it’s…

Women’s App Oohvie Focuses on Patient Healthcare

Women’s App Oohvie Focuses on Patient Healthcare Company is strategically positioned to participate in the rapidly growing FemTech industry to further advance women’s healthcare NAPLES, Fla., May 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Company is strategically positioned to participate in the rapidly growing FemTech industry to further advance women’s healthcare. HealthLynked Corp. (OTCQB: HLYK), (“HealthLynked” or the “Company”) a global healthcare network…

WTA and Hologic Spotlighting the Importance of Women’s Health

WTA and Hologic Spotlighting the Importance of Women’s Health Special guests and cancer survivors Martina Navratilova and Carla Suarez Navarro spoke candidly about their personal experiences and the benefits of preventive care. MADRID – Tennis legends and cancer survivors Martina Navratilova and Carla Suarez Navarro shared testimonials about the lifesaving importance of preventive care during a May 4, 2022 panel…

Brain Fog? Why You’re Struggling and How to Beat It

Brain Fog? Why You’re Struggling and How to Beat It By Vicky McKeever If you’ve struggled to think clearly during the coronavirus pandemic, you could be experiencing “brain fog” – and one neuroscientist has explained how to beat it. “Brain fog is a collection of symptoms which give rise to loss of mental clarity or foggy thinking,” Sabina Brennan wrote…

Dara Treseder and the Rise of Peloton

By Megan DiTrolio Sourdough starter and TikTok have nothing on Peloton. The fitness brand, with its fervent following, has owned the quarantine market, raking in $1.8 billion last year and growing in paid digital subscriptions by 472 percent since 2020. Dara Treseder, a former exec at Apple and GE, signed on as SVP, head of global marketing and communications, during the…

Katherine Ryder’s Women’s Health Startup Worth $1 Billion

by Angela Priestley There’s a new unicorn in town and this time it covers a space that’s typically been underserved in the entrepreneurial and tech startup world: women’s and family health. This startup, Maven Clinic, was founded by Katherine Ryder in 2014, to offer an on-demand virtual clinic dedicated to women’s and family healthcare services, including pregnancy and postpartum care. It…